PCS members who have completed Stage 1 Neurodiversity training will be invited to attend this course.
Please contact your PCS regional training officer or branch secretary if you would like to register for this course.
Since autistic activist Judy Singer coined the term ‘neurodiversity’ some twenty years ago, it has facilitated a great enlightenment and a progressive new approach to the experiences and rights of autistic and other neurologically atypical people.
Janine will be tutoring this week-long residential course at the union's National Education Centre in Doncaster.
If you are an RMT member and would like to attend, please contact your branch secretary.
Janine will be tutoring this two-day course for RMT reps and members in the South East and London Transport regions.
Details to folllow.
Janine will be speaking about the life of Minnie Lansbury at a day-long event at Peterborough Town Hall as part of the Peterborough Women's Festival.
The event starts at 11am, with speakers from 1pm.
Venue: PCS headquarters, Clapham Junction.
If you are a PCS member interested in this event, please contact the regional office.
If you are a PCS member in the Midlands region and would like to attend this course, please contact your regional training officer.
A free, fully-funded, week-long residential course for RMT members and reps at the union's National Education Centre in Doncaster, looking at issues facing autistic workers and how trade unionists can fight against discrimination and for equality..
Janine will be tutoring this two-day course for disabled RMT members to learn more about the union and how to get involved.
Venue: RMT National Education Centre, Doncaster.
If you are interested in attending, please contact your branch secretary or email Janine.